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15) Xoa so ien thoai hien en
a) Xoa tng so ien thoai. - B1: Nhan nut " " hoac " " e tm so ien thoai goi en can xoa - B2: Nhan nut ", nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Clear". - B3: Nhan nut , nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon "Yes". - B4: Nhan nut "", man hnh xuat hien ch "Cleared". + Neu muon tiep tuc xoa th thc hien lai B1. - B5: Nhan nut e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. b) Xoa tat ca so ien thoai. - Nhan nut " " hoac " ", man hnh se hien so mi nhat (hoac cu nhat) a goi en. - Nhan nut , nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "All Clear". - Nhan nut , nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon "Yes". - Nhan nut "", man hnh xuat hien ch "Cleared". - Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. 16) Cach gii han cuoc goi a) Ch nhan cuoc goi en va lien lac noi boi. - Nhan nut "". - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Handset", nhan nut . - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Call Opt", nhan nut . - Nhan nut neu man hnh xuat hien ch "Call Bar". - Nhap vao ma PIN may con (gom 4 ch so). - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon "On" (Gii han cuoc goi) hoac "Off" (Huy bo gii han cuoc goi). " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. - Nhan nut "". Nhan nut " - Luc nay man hnh se xuat hien bieu tng "B" b) Gii han goi lien tnh, di ong, quoc te - Nhan nut "". - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting BS". - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien ch "Input Code". - Nhan phm "6". Nhap vao ma PIN may me (gom 4 ch so). - Nhap vao so th t may con (t 1 en 6) can gii han cuoc goi, nhan nut. - Nhap vao so 0 e gii han goi lien tnh, di ong, quoc te, nhan nut. - Nhan nut "". - Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. Huy bo gii han cuoc goi oi vi may con
- Nhan nut "". - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Base". - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien ch "Input Code". - Nhan phm "6". Nhap vao ma PIN may me (gom 4 ch so). - Nhap vao so th t may con (t 1 en 6) muon huy bo cai at. - Nhan nut "" cho en khi man hnh xuat hien ch "Setting Base". - Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. Huy bo so (ien thoai) gii han - Nhan nut "". - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Base". - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien ch "Input Code". - Nhan phm "6". Nhap vao ma PIN may me (gom 4 ch so). - Nhap vao so th t may con a cai at gii han cuoc goi, nhan nut. - Nhan nut "" cho en khi man hnh xuat hien so en thoai a cai at gii han can xoa. - Nhan nut "C" e xoa so (ien thoai) a cai at. - Nhan nut "" cho en khi man hnh xuat hien ch "Setting Base". Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh. 17) ang k may con vi may me - Nhan nut. - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Setting Handset. - Nhan nut , nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Registration. - Nhan nut , chon Regiter HS. - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien so may me (Base 1-Base 4). - Nhan va gi nut " " tren may me(ben hong may) khoang hn 10 giay cho en khi en xanh nhap nhay. - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon may me (Base 1 en Base 4). - Nhan nut , ch man hnh xuat hien ch bs PIN. - Nhap ma pin vao (khi xuat xng ma PIN a c nha san xuat qui nh la 0000. Neu ban a cai at lai ma PIN th hay nhap ma PIN mi vao). - Nhan nut. Neu viec ang ky thanh cong may se phat ra tieng bip. " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. Nhan nut " 18) Huy bo ang ky may con vi may me - Nhan nut. - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Setting Handset, nhan nut - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Registration. - Nhan nut , chon Cancel bs. - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien ch HS PIN. - Nhap ma PIN vao, neu nhap ung th so may me se hien len. - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon may me. - Nhan nut , so may me tren man hnh se nhap nhay. - Nhan nut. Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon yes. - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien Cleared. Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. 19) May me tm may con - Nhan nut tren may me.
- Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Ext Ringer (Chuong khi co cuoc goi en) hoac "Int Ringer " (Chuong khi lien lac noi bo gia cac may con), hoac Paging (khi lien lac gia may me va may con), Alarm (khi bao gi), nhan nut . - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon kieu chuong mong muon (co 20 kieu chuong). - Nhan nut . Nhan nut e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. 24) Chon cach thc reo chuong a) Tat ca cac may con eu reo. - Nhan nut. Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Setting bS. - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien Input Code. - Nhan so 1, man hnh xuat hien 1 - - - -. - Nhap ma pin. Neu nhap ung, man hnh xuat hien 1 1. - Nhan so 1. Nhan nut. Nhan nut e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. b) Ch may con c chon se reo. - Nhan nut. Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Setting bS. - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien Input Code. - Nhan so 1, man hnh xuat hien 1 - - - -. - Nhap ma pin. Neu nhap ung, man hnh xuat hien 1 1. - Nhan so 2, man hnh xuat hien 1. - Chon so th t may con (t 1 en 6). - Nhan nut. Nhan nut e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. c) May con c chon reo trc sau o tat ca cac may con eu reo. May con c chon se reo. Neu may nay khong tra li sau so hoi chuong a cai at th tat ca cac may con se reo. - Nhan nut. Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc Setting bS. - Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien Input Code. - Nhan so 1, man hnh xuat hien 1 - - - -. - Nhap ma pin. Neu nhap ung, man hnh xuat hien 1 1. - Nhan so 3, man hnh xuat hien 1. - Chon so th t may con (t 1 en 6). - Nhan nut. Chon so hoi chuong (t 1 en 6). - Nhan nut. e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. - Nhan nut 25) Cach thay oi ma PIN may con Nhan nut "". Nhan nut" " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Handset", nhan nut . Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Other Option", nhan nut . Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "HSPIN Change ". Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien ch "Enter Old PIN". Nhap vao 4 so cua ma PIN ang s dung. Nhap vao hai lan 4 so ma PIN can cai at. " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. Nhan nut "
26) Cach thay oi ma PIN may me - Nhan nut "". - Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Base".
Nhan nut ,man hnh xuat hien ch "Input Command". Nhan phm "5". Nhap vao ma PIN (gom 4 ch so) may me ang s dung. Nhap vao hai lan ma PIN (gom 4 ch so) may me mi. Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at Nhan nut "". Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Handset", nhan nut . Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Reset Handset", nhan nut . Nhap vao ma PIN may con (gom 4 ch so), man hnh xuat hien ch "No". Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon "Yes". Nhan nut "", man hnh xuat hien ch "Cleared". Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. Nhan nut "". Nhan nut " " hoac " " e chon muc "Setting Base". Nhan nut , man hnh xuat hien ch "Input Code". Nhan phm "0". Nhap vao ma PIN may me (gom 4 ch so). Nhan nut "". Nhan nut " " e thoat khoi chng trnh cai at. TNH NANG GHI AM (ghi am c 20 phut)
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Digital Cordless Answering System
Before Initial Use.. 2 Important Information. 3 Setting up. 4
Using the Telephone. 9 Making Calls.. 10 Caller ID. 11 Answering Calls.. 13 Phonebook.. 14 Handset Settings.. 18 Base Unit Settings. 24 Initial Settings.. 26 Multi-unit User Operation. 28 Intercom. 32
Answering System. 33 Remote Operation. 40
Before Requesting Help. 41 Technical Information. 44 Index.. 45 Guarantee.. 46
Caller ID Compatible
PLEASE READ BEFORE USE AND SAVE. Charge the battery for about 7 hours before initial use.
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Before Initial Use
Thank you for purchasing your new Panasonic digital cordless telephone. Order accessory items for all Communications Products with ease and confidence either by telephoning our Customer Care Centre on: 076 Monday - Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at shop@Panasonic http://www.panasonic.co.uk Most major credit and debit cards accepted. All enquires transactions and distribution facilities are provided directly by Panasonic UK Ltd. It couldnt be simpler! Dear purchaser, You have acquired a KX-TCD420E, which is a product made in regard with the European Standards for Cordless Telephones (DECT). DECT technology is characterized by high-security protection against interceptions as well as high-quality digital transmission. This telephone was designed for a wide range of applications. For example, this telephone can be used within a network of base units and handsets, constituting a telephone system which: operates up to 6 handsets at one base unit. allows an intercom between 2 handsets. allows the operation of a handset at up to 4 base units, expanding the communication radio area.
Caller ID Service, where available, is a telephone company service. After subscribing to Caller ID, this phone will display the callers phone number.
Accessories (included) AC Adaptor Telephone Line PQLV19E Cord PQJA87S (for UK)
Rechargeable Batteries (AAA size) HHR-4EPT/BA2 (P03P)
Battery Cover PQKK10134Z4
Additional accessories are available for purchase. Contact your Panasonic Customer Care Helpline for further details. U.K. 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
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Only use the power supply included with the product. Do not connect the AC Adaptor to any AC outlet other than the standard AC220240V. The apparatus is approved for use with PQLV19E power supply. This apparatus is unable to make emergency telephone calls under the following conditions: The portable handset batteries need
recharging, or have failed.
During a mains power failure. When the Key Lock is set to ON. When the unit is in Direct Call mode. Do not open the base unit or handset (other than to change the batteries). This apparatus should not be used near emergency/intensive care medical equipment and should not be used by people with pacemakers. Care should be taken that objects do not fall onto, and liquids are not spilled into the unit. Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke, dust, mechanical vibration or shock.
Environment Do not use this unit near water. This unit should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators, cookers, etc. It should also not be placed in rooms where the temperature is less than 5C or greater than 40C. The AC Adaptor is used as the main disconnect device, ensure that the AC outlet is located/installed near the unit and is accessible.
WARNING: TO PREVENT THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF MOISTURE.
Battery Caution Use only specified batteries. Only use rechargeable batteries. Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire, they may explode. Check local waste management codes for special disposal instructions. Do not open or mutilate the batteries. Released electrolyte is corrosive and may cause burns or injury to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte may be toxic if swallowed. Exercise care in handling the batteries in order not to short the batteries with conductive materials such as rings, bracelets and keys. The batteries and/or conductor may overheat and cause burns. Charge the batteries provided in accordance with the information given in this operating guide. Location For maximum distance noise-free operation, place your base unit: - Away from electrical appliances such as TV, radio, personal computer or another phone. - In a convenient high and central location. Safety Caution The ringer tone is reproduced through the earpiece. To avoid damage to hearing, first answer the call, then hold the phone to the ear.
Caller ID Display
When receiving a call, the display shows its phone number. For example, a caller whose phone number is 01234567890 has been received. If you store a phone number with a name in the phonebook, the display shows callers name when receiving a call.
If the caller has requested not to display his/her information, the display shows "PRIVATE".
If the caller dialled from an area which does not provide Caller ID service, the display shows "OUT OF AREA".
When new calls have been received, the display shows the number of calls. For example, 4 new calls have been received.
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Caller ID List
Information up to 50 different callers is stored from the most recent call to the oldest call in the caller list. When the 51st call is received, the oldest caller information is cleared. If you receive a call from the same phone number you stored with a name in the phonebook, the display will show the callers name.
Search the desired received item.*1
Editing the Received Number in the Caller List
Search/Select the desired received item.*1
Search/Select "EDIT CALL NO".
The 1st digit of the desired received number blinks.
AND/ Number C OR Press Edit the CLEAR.*2 number.*3
Clearing One/All Received Item(s) in the Caller List
any time. To exit the operation, press *1 If there is no item stored in the caller list, the display shows "NO ITEM". on the right edge of the display when searching the item in the caller list indicates that the item has been already shown previously. *2 Digits are cleared to the left of the flashing digit. *3 Digits are added to the left of the flashing digit. If you need to clear and/or add more than one number, repeat the steps from 3.
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If you set Auto Talk to on, you can answer the phone by lifting the handset off the base unit.
Search/Select "AUTO TALK".
Search/Select "ON" or "OFF".
To exit the operation, press
Temporary Bell Off
When an external call is incoming, you can temporarily turn off the handset ringer. This function will not work when the handset is on the base unit or if an internal call is incoming.
Press and hold DOWN for over 1 second.
During a call, press UP or DOWN to change the volume setting to LOW (0), MEDIUM (00), HIGH (000).
Press UP or DOWN.
Using this feature, you can locate a misplaced handset by paging.
: Call Option
Call BAR On/Off This allows you to make emergency and internal call.
Search/Select "CALL OPT".
Search/Select "CALL BAR".
4-digit Handset PIN
Factory preset 0000
Search/Select "ON" or "OFF".*1
To exit the operation, press *1 If "ON" is selected,
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Setting the Direct Call Number After a direct call number has been set and on, you can dial the direct call number only by pressing TALK. Incoming calls are accepted.
Search/Select "DIRECT NO".
Enter the direct call number. (max. 24 digits)
Press OK 3 times.
Setting the Direct Call On/Off
Search/Select "SET DIRECT".
: Other Options
Changing Handset PIN The factory preset is 0000. Once you have programmed the handset PIN, you cannot confirm it. We recommend you write down the handset PIN. If you forget it, please consult our Panasonic Customer Care Helpline. U.K. 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
Search/Select "HSPIN CHANGE".
Current 4-digit Handset PIN
4-digit 6 New 4-digit 7 Newagain toHandset PIN verify Handset PIN
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You can lock the handset dialling buttons. Only incoming calls are accepted while the key lock is on. The key lock is cancelled if the handset is turned off. When the key lock is on, emergency calls cannot be made until key lock is cancelled.
Key Lock On
Key Lock Off
Press OK for more than 2 seconds.
is displayed and all dialling buttons are locked.
RECALL is used to access special telephone services. Contact your Network provider for details. If your unit is connected to a PBX, pressing RECALL allows you to access some features of your host PBX such as transferring an extension call.
Dialling Pause (for PBX line/long distance service users)
A dialling pause is used when a pause in the dialling of the phone number is necessary using a PBX or accessing a long distance service. For example, when 9 (line access number) is dialled followed by a pause to access an outside line through a PBX:
3 Phone Number 4
Press PAUSE.*1 Press TALK.
Entering a pause prevents misdialling when you redial or dial a stored number. Pressing PAUSE once creates one pause. To extend the pause requirement time, press PAUSE accordingly. *1 is displayed on the LCD.
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Base Unit Setings
Before programming, please follow steps 1 to 2.
Changing Base Unit PIN The factory preset is 0000. Once you have programmed the base unit PIN, you cannot confirm it. We recommend you write down the base unit PIN. If you forget it, please consult our Panasonic Customer Care Helpline. U.K. 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
4 Current 4-digit Base Unit PIN 5 New 4-digit Base Unit PIN 6 New 4-digit Base Unit PIN again to verify
Call Restriction You can restrict selected handset(s) from dialling selected phone numbers. You can assign up to 10 call restriction numbers (up to 8 digits). If you dial a restricted number, the call does not connect and restricted number flashes.
4 4-digit Base Unit PIN
5 Handset Number
Select desired handset.*1
7 Phone Number 8
Enter phone number to be restricted. (up to 8 digits) Press RIGHT.
Press OFF. OR To continue entering call restriction numbers, repeat the steps 7 to 8. (up to 10 numbers)
Cancelling Call Restricted Handset(s)
Select desired handset.*2
any time. To exit the operation, press *1 The selected handset number flashes. *2 The selected handset(s) will stop flashing. 24
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Base Unit Settings
Cancelling Call Restricted Number
4 4-digit Base Unit PIN 5
Factory preset 0000 Press RIGHT repeatedly until desired call restriction number is displayed. OR <to finish>
<to continue> Repeat the steps 5 to 7.
Time Break/Earth Recall An earth relay can be installed as an option depending on your PBX requirements. Please consult our Panasonic Customer Care Helpline for installation. On installation, you can then select the time break recall or earth mode to suit your PBX or Network provider.
4-digit Base Unit PIN
1 Time Break Recall *1 OR 2 Earth Recall
Pause Timing You can set the pause timing to 3 or 5 seconds, depending on your PBX requirements.
Seconds OR Seconds
any time. To exit the operation, press The factory preset is in shade. *1 "1-2" stands for 80 msec.
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: Reset Handset
You can reset all of the handset settings to their initial settings.
Search/Select "RESET HS".
Search/Select "YES" or "NO".
any time. Initial Setting
OFF Clear 1 ON ON OFF ON Clock Length of the Call English OFF OFF Clear 0000 OFF Automatic Base Unit Access All Clear Medium
Handset Initial Settings Function
Time Alarm Mode Alarm Time Handset Ringer Volume Handset External Ringer Pattern Handset Internal Ringer Pattern Handset Paging Tone Pattern Handset Alarm Tone Pattern Key Tone Call Waiting Tone Range Warning Alarm Battery Low Alarm Standby Mode Display Talk Mode Display Display Language Call BAR Direct Call Mode Direct Call Number 4-Digit Handset PIN Auto Talk Base Unit Access Redial Memory Handset Receiver Volume
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Reset Base Unit Settings
If the base unit is reset, the Caller ID list will clear.
"INPUT CODE" Search/Select "SETTING BS".
0 Press 0.
All Handsets 3 Time Break Recall 3 seconds All Clear All Clear 0000
Base Unit Initial Settings Function
Ringer Mode Number of Rings Time Break/Earth Recall Pause Timing Call Restricted Handsets Call Restriction Numbers 4-Digit Base Unit PIN
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Multi-unit User Operation
: Handset Registration to a Base Unit
Handset Registration The handset supplied with the base unit is already registered. If an optional handset is purchased, it must be registered. Additional KX-A142E handsets are available to purchase separately. Up to 6 handsets can be registered to a single base unit. Using additional handsets allows you to have an intercom call while simultaneously conducting a call to an outside line. Handset must be registered within 1 minute after pressing PAGE button. If over 1 minute, press then start over again. Charge the optional handset batteries for 7 hours before initial use.
Press and hold on the Base Unit (for about 10 seconds) until the green indicator flashes.
If all registered handsets start ringing (Paging), press to stop paging then start over again.
Search/Select desired base unit number available to register the handset.
4-digit Base Unit PIN after "BS PIN" is displayed.
When a handset is registered successfully, a confirmation tone sounds and " " icon lights.
any time. To exit the operation, press *1 If a handset has been already registered to 4 base units, "MEMORY FULL" is displayed.
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Cancelling a Base Unit You can cancel any base unit that your handset is registered to.
Search/Select "CANCEL BS".
5 4-digit Handset PIN 6
Search/Select desired base unit number to cancel.*1
Cancelling a Handset Each handset can cancel itself or another handset.
4 4-digit Base
Please wait until "SETTING BS" is displayed.
any time. To exit the operation, press *1 The selected base unit number flashes. *2 The selected handset number flashes.
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Before programming, please follow steps 1 to 4.
Ringer Mode Selection; Setting the All Handsets Mode
1 "All handsets" mode.
Setting the Selected Handsets Mode
2 "Selected handsets" mode.
6 Handset Numbers*1 7
Press desired handset numbers.
Setting the Selected then All Handsets Mode The specific handset(s) will ring for a selected number of rings. If not answered, all handsets will ring.
3 "Selected then all handsets" mode.
8 Number of Rings*2
Select how many times it rings. (up to 6 rings)
any time. To exit the operation, press The factory preset is in shade. *1 The selected handset number flashes. *2 Press dialling button 1 through 6 to enter the number of rings.
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: Base Unit Selection
When Automatic Base Unit Access is selected, if you move outside of the radio range of the current base unit, the handset automatically searches for other registered bases. When a specified base unit is selected, the handset will access that base unit only. Calls (both incoming and outgoing) can be conducted only via the selected base unit, even if the radio cells overlap with neighbouring base units.
Search/Select "SELECT BS".
Search/Select "AUTO" or specific base unit number.
Operating Additional Base Units: You can register and operate your handset with up to 4 base units. Each base unit forms 1 radio cell. If the individual bases are linked to the same telephone line then you can extend the operating range of the system by positioning the bases so that the two radio cells overlap. If the handset is set to AUTO base selection, then in standby mode the handset will automatically swap to the second base if the range on the first base is exceeded. It is not possible to transfer calls between bases (only between handsets linked to the same base unit).
Radio Cell Eg. Additional handsets (KX-A142E) registered with 2 base units.
Note: Calls are disconnected when the handset moves from one radio cell to another.
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Intercom between Handsets You can use your handsets as a 2-way intercom. For example, when Handset 1 calls Handset 2. To hang up, press
on the display)
2 Press desired Handset Number.
Intercom calls can be conducted within the radio cell of the current base unit, but not with units in neighbouring radio areas.
Transferring a Call to Another Handset/Conference Call Intercom can be used during a call to transfer an external call between handsets that are registered to the same base unit. For example, when handset 1 transfers a call to Handset 2. To hang up, press.
<Handset 1> (During a call)
2 Press desired Handset Number.*2
*1 You can also press any dialling button, INTERCOM, t or x. *2 If you press after pressing desired handset number, a call can be transferred to another handset without speaking to another handset. If the transferred call is not answered within 30 seconds, Handset 1 will ring again. *3 When Handset 2 answers a call transferred, press to complete a call transfer or press dialling button 3 to establish the conference call.
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Summary of Answering System
To repeat an/a incoming/memo message during playback. (p. 35) To skip an/a incoming/memo message during playback. (p. 35) To playback new incoming/memo message(s). (p. 35) To playback all incoming/memo message(s). (p. 35) To playback a greeting message. (p. 34)
Press Press Press Press Press Press Press Press Press Press Press Press Press
To record a memo message. (p. 35) To record a greeting message. (p. 34) To set the answering system ON. (p. 36)
To stop the answering system operation. (p.35) To set the answering system OFF. (p.36)
To erase one incoming/memo message.*1 (p.35) To erase all incoming/memo message(s). (p36) To erase the recorded greeting message.*2 (p.34)
*1 These function are available only during incoming/memo message playback. *2 This function is available only during your own greeting message playback.
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You can choose to use one of two pre-recorded greeting messages, or you can record your own greeting message. All messages (greeting, incoming & memo) are stored indefinitely on a Flash memory IC chip - even if a power failure occurs.
Pre-Recorded Greeting Messages You can choose to play either: - A pre-recorded message which allows you to select a callers recording time of 1 minute or Unlimited (up to 20 minutes). When the recording time is set to 1 minute or unlimited. - Hello, we are not available now. Please leave your name, message and phone number after the beep. We will return your call. OR - A greeting only. If you select greeting only (p.36) and set the answering system ON, the unit will answer a call with a greeting message, then hang up. It will not record any incoming messages. When the recording time is set to greeting only. - Hello, no one is available to take your call. Please call back later. To Playback Pre-Recorded/Your Own Greeting Message
The greeting message is played.
Recording Your Own Greeting Message The total recording time is approximately 20 minutes. The greeting recording time is limited to 2 minutes and 30 seconds. We recommend you record a brief greeting message in order to leave more time for recording new incoming/memo messages.
Talk clearly to the microphone.*1
*1 The display starts to show the length of the recording time. *2 The greeting message you selected is played.
Clearing a Greeting Message
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Incoming messages and memo messages are stored in chronological order. New messages cannot be recorded when Memory full is heard. We recommend you erase unnecessary messages after each playback to leave more time for recording new message(s). If new message(s) is/are recorded, icon on the handset display will flash. When the memory is full, it will flash faster. If you set the clock and current date then set the answering system ON, a synthesized voice announces the day and time incoming/memo message was recorded after playback.
Recording a Memo Message
5 Talk clearly to the
Playback New/All Incoming/Memo Message(s)
1 (During playback a message)
Playback new message(s).
Repeat*2 Skip*3 Stop 4 Clear one message.*4
OR Playback all 5 ALL messages.
*1 The display starts to show the length of the recording time. *2 If you press within 5 seconds from the start of playback, the previous message will be played. If you press after 5 seconds from the start of playback, the current message will be played. *3 The next message will be played if recorded. *4 If you erase a message when there is more than one message in memory, the next message will begin playback.
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Clearing All Incoming/Memo Messages
Selecting the Callers Recording Time You can select 1 minute, unlimited or greeting only for the callers recording time.
Search/Select "SETTING BS". 1
1 minute Unlimited Greeting only*1
The factory preset is in shade. *1 " " is displayed.
Press 1 to playback new messages. Press 2 for other functions.
New message playback.
Press 1 to record your messages. Press 2 for other functions.
Please leave your message. Talk after you hear this message.
"Press 1 to erase all messages. Press 2 for other functions.
Press 1 to record your greeting. Press 2 for other functions.
Record greeting after the beep. Talk after a long beep.
After playback, the voice menu will start again from the beginning. If you hear Memory full after playback, erase some or all of the messages.
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Before Requesting Help
If you experience any problems with the normal use of your apparatus, you should unplug it from the telephone outlet and connect a known working telephone in its place. If the known working telephone still has problems, then please contact the customer service department of your Network provider. If it operates correctly, then the problem is likely to be a fault in your apparatus. In this case, contact your supplier for advice. Your Network provider may charge you if they attend a service call that is not due to apparatus supplied by them. Turn the power OFF then ON (Handset) / Disconnect then connect the AC adaptor (Base unit). Problem
NO LCD display in handset. Handset will not turn on.
Possible cause Handset not turned on. Batteries not inserted. Batteries not charged.
Solution Turn on power (p.9). Insert the 2 rechargeable Place handset in base and
batteries supplied (p.4). connect AC adaptor to base and AC outlet (full charge period 7 hrs). contact and retry charge. base unit and AC outlet.
Batteries charge icon not counting up.
Dirty charge contact. Base not powered up.
Clean charge / battery
Connect AC adaptor to
Handset not registered to
base. Handset out of range of base. No power into base unit.
Register handset to base. Move handset closer to Connect AC adaptor to
base. base unit and AC outlet. base.
Handset busy tone heard when is pressed.
Handset out of range of
base. Another handset in use.
Move handset closer to Wait for the other user to
A call is being received.
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Standard: Number of channels: Frequency range: Duplex procedure: Channel spacing: Bit rate: Modulation: RF Transmission Power: Voice coding: Power source: Power consumption, base unit: Operating conditions: Dimensions, Base Unit: Dimensions, Handset: DECT=(Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications) GAP=(Generic Access Profile) 120 Duplex Channels 1.88 GHz to 1.9 GHz TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) 1728 kHz 1152 kbit/s GFSK approx. 250 mW ADPCM 32 kbit/s AC Adaptor 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz 5 VA 5 - 40 C, 20 - 80 % relative air humidity (dry) About (58 mm x 128 mm x 105 mm) x 170 g About (143 mm x 48 mm x 32 mm) x 120 g
Specifications are subject to change. The illustrations used in this manual may differ slightly from the original device. Connections: The telephone will not work during a power failure. We therefore recommend you use a standard telephone and T Adaptor to connect this Digital Cordless Phone to the line. Your Panasonic Sales Shop can offer you more information about connection possibilities.
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AC Adaptor.. 2, 4 Accessories... 2 Answering Calls.. 13 Answering System Answering System On/Off.. 36 Greeting Messages.. 34 Incoming/Memo Messages.. 35 Recording Your Telephone Conversation.. 36 Auto Talk.. 13 Base Unit Initial Settings. 27 PIN.. 24 Reset.. 27 Selection.. 31 Battery Caution.. 3 Charge.. 5 Installation.. 4 Life.. 5 Battery Low Alarm.. 20 Call Restriction Cancelling Call Restricted Handset(s).. 24 Cancelling Call Restricted Number. 25 Call Waiting.. 11 Caller ID List Calling Back.. 12 Clearing.. 12 Editing.. 12 Storing.. 16 Calls Answering.. 9 Making.. 9, 10 Redialling.. 10 Terminating... 9 Cancelling a Base Unit.. 29 Cancelling a Handset.. 29 Clock/Date.. 9 Conference Call.. 32 Dialling Pause.. Direct Call Number.. Display Standby Mode.. Talk Mode... Handset Display.. 7 Initial Settings.. 26 Locator... 13 Paging.. 13 PIN.. 22 Registration.. 28 Reset.. 26 Ringer.. 19 Intercom.. 32 Key Lock.. 23 Tone.. 20 Making Calls Redialling.. 10 with the Phonebook. 15 Phonebook Hot Key.. 17 Storing... 14 Power On/Off.. 9 Range Warning Alarm.. Recall... Receiver Volume.. Remote Code... Ringer Pattern.. Ringer Volume.. 19 19
Setting up.. 4 Specifications... 44 Time Alarm.. 18 Time Break/Earth Recall. 25 Tone Option.. 20 Voice Menu.. 40 Wall Mounting.. 8
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CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
This guarantee is in addition to and does not in any way affect any statutory or other rights of consumer purchasers. If within the applicable guarantee period, the appliance proves to be defective by reason of faulty design, workmanship or materials, we undertake subject to the following conditions to have the defective appliance (or any part or parts there of) repaired or replaced free of charge. 1. The appliance shall have been purchased and used solely within either the UK or ROI and in accordance with standard operating instructions and the technical and/or Safety Standards required in the UK. 2. The appliance should be returned together with this guarantee and proof of date of purchase promptly on being found defective at the purchaser's risk and expense to the authorised dealer from whom the appliance was purchased or to the nearest authorised dealer. All enquires must be through such dealers. 3. This guarantee shall not apply to damage caused through fire, accident, lightning, misuse, wear and tear, neglect, incorrect adjustment or repair, to damage caused through installation, adaption, modification or use in an improper manner or inconsistent with the technical and/or safety standards required in the country where this appliance is used, or to damage occurred during transit to or from the purchaser. 4. If at any time during the guarantee period any part or parts of the appliance are replaced with a part or parts not supplied or approved by us or of an objective quality safe and suitable for the appliance, or the appliance has been dismantled or repaired by any person not authorised by us, we shall have the right to terminate this guarantee in whole or in part immediately without further notice. 5. The purchaser's sole and exclusive remedy under this guarantee against us is for the repair or replacement of the appliance or any defective part or parts and no other remedy, including, but not limited to, incidental or consequential damage or loss of whatsoever nature shall be available to the purchaser. 6. This guarantee shall not apply to batteries and any other items of limited natural life. 7. Our decision on all matters relating to complaints shall be final. Any appliance or defective part which has been replaced shall become our property. 8. The guarantee period applicable to this product shall be 12 months. Please keep these Operating Instructions with your receipt.
Panasonic Business Systems U.K. Receipt No. Model No. KX-TCD420E Date of Purchase Serial No.
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Hereby, Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd., declares that this Dect Cordless Telephone is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the manufacturer's declaration of conformity to the essential requirements of the R&TTE Directive is available at the following web address: http://doc.panasonic-tc.de
For your future reference Serial No. (found on the bottom of the unit)
Date of purchase
Name and address of dealer Attach or keep original receipt to assist with any repair under warranty.
Customer Care Helpline Tel. No.: U.K. 076 R.O.I. 01289 8333
1999/5/EC This equipment is designed for use on the United Kingdom only. In the event of problem, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance. Technical specifications are subject to change. Sales Department: Panasonic Business Systems U.K. Panasonic House, Willoughby Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FP Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. 1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
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